It has been the law for ten years. Only two provisions have been sunsetted. Bill C-36 is a whack of legislation. I have a concerns about that. And Bill C-36 implemented inchoate offences, a whole lot of them. Facilitation, enabling, participation—these are offences that are far removed from actual criminal activity. I agree with you that we need to catch people when they're preparing something. We have to prevent harm. But how do you think the Toronto 18...? Facilitation, participation in a terrorist group, combined with a conspiracy to commit a criminal act—those are all there. They're still in law. Those provisions from the Anti-terrorism Act are in the Criminal Code right now. I have them here if you want to look at them.
These two are the excessive provisions. Even the government of the day recognized they were so exceptional that they needed to be subject to a sunset. But if we keep renewing them, knee-jerk and ad hoc, we will have a permanent situation.